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Kicking.com Rating System

Kicking.com has attempted to compile a rating system for high school players. The ratings are based upon stats entered by each player in Kicking.com. We try to review the top performers to validate that their stats are somewhat realistic. However, we recommend that any player stats listed be questioned and reviewed by an independent source (official conference and state published stats).

KICKERS

Kickers are evaluated on three criteria: PATs, FGs and kickoffs

PATs: PAT% (PATs made/PATs attempted) is multiplied by 100, to get a score between 0 and 100.

FGs: FG % (FGs made/FGs attempted) is multiplied by 100, to get a score between 0 and 100. In addition, 3 points are given for each FG made.

Kickoffs (KOs): Earn 1 point for every 5 touchbacks. In addition, the number of touchbacks are divided by the number of PATs attempted, to normalize the touchbacks against players with teams that score lots of points. The score is only 25% of the FG and PAT scores.

Here is the actual formala:

Kicking Score =
(FGs Made/FGs Attempted)*100
+
(PATs Made/PATs Attempted)*100
+
(Touchbacks/PATs Attempted)*25
+
(Longest FG/50-yard FG)*100
+
(FGs Made)*3
+
Touchbacks/5

PUNTERS

Punters are evaluated on five criteria: Punting Avg, Net Average, Longest Punt, Fair Catches, Number of Punts Inside the 20

All five of these criteria are simply added together to determine the Punting Score.

Here is the actual formala:

Punting Score = Punting Average + Net Average + Punts Inside the 20 + Longest Punt + Fair Catches


Never let a missed kick interfere with your next one. Have you ever taken statistics? The probability of getting heads when you flip a coin never changes - even if you hit heads ten times in a row. This means that each flip of the coin is independent. It's the same with kicking. Even if you miss three kicks in a row, those three kicks have nothing to do with the next one. Those three kicks will only affect your next one if you allow it to
-- Doug Brien

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